UNW is a leading independent firm of chartered accountants based in the North East

Our team delivers specialist advice in the following areas: Audit and Assurance, Corporate Finance, Taxation, and Accounting Services. Our wide range of clients includes entrepreneurs and their businesses, inward investors, professional partnerships, charities and dentists. We differentiate ourselves from others on the basis of the quality of our people, the advice they deliver, service excellence and value.

Our team specialises in delivering efficient, cost effective, objective yet constructive audits. We have an in depth understanding of the reporting requirements of entities in our chosen market place, and utilise leading software to ensure first rate financial reporting. Our clients value our willingness to challenge, be objective, provide constructive advice and to work with them to achieve their desired outcome.

Our Corporate Finance department brings together a highly experienced team providing a full range of corporate finance advisory services including lead advisory, grants and transaction support.

UNW’s Taxation Team has expertise in compliance and tax planning work and offers expert guidance and advice on a wide range of tax issues both corporate and personal, VAT and Employment Taxes.

Our Accounting Services team includes: Accounting Services – complete accounting support for businesses which do not require an audit and our Dental Business Unit – providing specialist accounting and tax support to dentists, the only North East accountant member of the National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL). UNW is also a member of the Association of Specialist Providers to Dentists (ASPD).

Latest news

  • UNW Charity Bulletin November 2014

    The November issue of the UNW Charity Bulletin is now available to download here:    Charity Bulletin November 2014

    Mark Hetherington’s lead article focuses on the overhaul expected on the VAT treatment of pension schemes.   HMRC announced that additional guidance would …

  • HMRC announce a review into the UK’s VAT grouping rules

    In Revenue and Customs Brief 37/2014 (published 13 October) HMRC have announced they are considering the implications of the much publicised decision of the CJEU in the case involving Skandia America Corp and the inclusion of its local branch in …